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Bitcoin Soon Accepted at Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/21/14 -- Thanks to Apple's policy shift last week, Bitcoin wallets are now available for download in the iOS App store again. Previous iPhone wallet apps such as Coinbase or Blockchain are now replaced by the brand-new 'Coinpocket', which offers the same features as its predecessors, such as sending and receiving Bitcoin on iOS, exporting encrypted paper wallets as well as multiple sources for US dollar to BTC conversion. In addition to that, the new Coinpocket app also allows for full access to the camera hardware, thus enabling QR code scanning within the app and is able to generate a BIP38 encrypted version of the private key. Now that Apple's policy is approving Bitcoin wallets, customers can expect a plethora of new apps to be developed soon, than will make use of the Bitcoin system.

Bitcoin is a payment system that was first introduced in 2009 as open-source software by Satoshi Nakamoto. Payments made through the system are recorded in a public ledger, which uses its own currency, called Bitcoin. Bitcoins can be earned through payment processing work, called mining, whereas companies and individuals record payments into the public ledger in exchange for newly created Bitcoins. Other ways to obtain Bitcoins are exchanging flat money, products or services for the virtual currency. Given the anticipated increase in Bitcoin-friendly apps that can be used for transactions on personal computers, mobile devices or web applications, Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store decided to get ready for Bitcoins as well -- the company is currently working on plans to implement the system with the goal to accept Bitcoins as a method of payment within the next three months.

For Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store's customers this will mean easy payments without the need of a credit card that can be made from any country in the world. Thanks to the military-grade cryptography, customers are protected against unauthorized charges. The introduction of Bitcoins is only one of many steps that Niwali has been taking since the beginning of the year in order to optimize the shopping experience for its customers both, with regards to state-of-the-art software that has been implemented to streamline processes and with regards to the expansion and improvement of its product portfolio. Most noteworthy amongst those technical innovations are the launch of SugarCRM, a renowned customer relationship management system, and Gazelles, a rhythm coaching software.

Meanwhile Niwali's product portfolio will soon be completed by a new Multivitamin Green Blend, a superfood blend based on whole foods such as organic fruits and vegetables, tonic herbs and probiotics that ensures that the body's daily vitamin needs are met. Products will soon be procured from a NSF-certified laboratory, to guarantee the highest manufacturing standards possible. And just recently Niwali switched from animal-based gelatin capsules to vegetable caps that are not only healthier, but also suitable for vegans. Niwali uses natural remedies for all its supplements, based on extensive scientific studies and century-old knowledge from Chinese, Ayurvedic and Shamanic medicine. In the online store customers can select from a wide array of weight management, detox and cleansing, disease fighting, immune boosters & personal care products as well as vitamins and other supplements.

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